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Edward Sari passed away peacefully with his family by his side on Saturday July 11, 2020 at 90 years old.
Ed, “Tut”, was born May 26, 1930, son of the late Mary (Szalkai) and James Sari, Sr..
After graduating high school, Ed served in the United States Marine Corp. Afterward, he became an electrician at Carrie Furnace in Rankin until his retirement.
Ed and Louise “Wewe” Veltre , became next-door neighbors, and soon became husband and wife. They married in November of 1955 and recently celebrated 64 years of marriage. They built a home in Lincoln Place and raised five daughters, all still living close by in this close-knit family .
Ed was avid game hunter and his two well-stocked freezers fed his family well. Whether rifle, muzzle loader or bow and arrow, Tut was the one who got the deer which he butchered himself.
Ed was also a great fisherman and many years vacationed at Conneaut Lake with his family. Son in laws Floyd and Jim continue that passion as well as grandson Jimmie who also enters tournaments.
Taking advantage of an acre plot of land, Ed tended a large vegetable garden and several fruit trees. If you visited in the summer, you went home with a bag of the best he had to offer.
Ed is survived by his wife Louise M. (Veltre) Sari; five daughters: Marianne (John) "Skip" Rozgonyi, Louise (Dennis) Wiegand, Nora (Floyd) Argyle, Gina (James) Edwards, and Mia DeMeo; sister Norma Catana, the late James Sari, Jr., the late Frederick Sari, the late William Sari, the late Toni Krsul, the late Richard Sari, the late Clara Cioppa, the late Valaria Ondo, the late Bertha Morne; 9 granddaughters and 1 grandson: Lori, Cara, Louanne, Stefanie, Tiffany, Candice, Mindy, Rachel, Jimmie, and Mia; and 4 great-grandchildren: Brooke, Bria, Nathan and Arya.
Arrangements are private and entrusted to George Irvin Green Funeral Home, Inc, 3511 Main Street, Munhall PA 15120 (412-461-6394). Military Honors will be rendered at the National Cemetery of Alleghenies.
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